You know what’s exciting? Initiative. As in, several 5th grade girls approached Mrs. Mies, the STEM Lab teacher, and asked if they could start a girls’ after-school 3D-Printing Club. Mrs. Mies, who already spends tons of personal time on school-related work, said yes. It turns out, 3D printing is […]
We don’t usually have clubs in the primary grades, but Mrs. Bailey and a few teachers decided to experiment with a short-run LEGO club for first grade and then for second grade. It seems it was a big hit!
Thrasher has an amazing chess club on Tuesday afternoons. Bill Cheal took two teams from the club (one elementary and one primary) to the Scholastic tournament in early March. The Elementary team took 2nd place and the primary team took 3rd. Both teams are heading to the state […]
This year, we started something new in professional development called Thrasher University. It occurs almost every Thursday, and teachers select a minimum of two to attend. Except, “attend” isn’t a strong enough word. Often, teachers are engaged in professional readings and videos, responding in online collaboration, and designing the learning for […]
Mrs. Bailey’s students are docents in their museum of American artifacts, and Mrs. Walter’s students test their wind-powered creations in Mrs. Mies’ STEM Lab. Mrs. Schoner’s class created pinwheels in math class.
Mrs. Hope’s students presented their research to Mr. Wood’s class Friday.
Congratulations to our students for their work and play in creativity!
Congratulations to our students for their hard work!
Check out our Thrasher, Nolan, and SMMHS kids at the state chess tournament. This means these kids are at in the top 32 chess players in great state of Tennessee!
We’d love for everyone to read our Strategic Plan and understand how we’re using it to work out Thrasher’s vision day to day.